First, we begin with a TREND: We will all begin to realize that “being different” outside of work, that is, trying to be one person one hour, another during another, is an implausible waste of energy. Welcome to finding a career to match our personalities, circa the year 2011. In her book Am*Bitch*ous, Dr. Debra Condren says that career oriented women have to fight in order to get any work-life balance. Women, she exclaimed, are constantly fighting between maintaining their personal lives and maintaining their professional ones.
Work Personality-Life Personality Balance: Is Any Town Big Enough?
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